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  • Elninio
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    Originally posted by BadDog
    It relies on slipping to turn. It also reduces stress, good grip might well break something.
    i meant, when it is moving linearly (when it is accelerating). It also has shock absorbers in the feet.

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    Well, it is not the water spider variety!

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  • BadDog
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    It relies on slipping to turn. It also reduces stress, good grip might well break something.

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  • Elninio
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    one thing ive noticed is that its slipping, if it had good grip i bet i could go twice as fast

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  • ProGunOne
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    Cool, draws much attention!

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